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Annex-1

APPLICANTS SELF-EVALUATION FOR GLOBAL GEOPARKS NETWORK (GGN) UNESCO

BATUR CALDERA ASPIRING GEOPARK, INDONESIA (2011)

ANNEX-1 SELF EVALUATION

APPLICANTS IDENTITY 1. Name of Applicant Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Indonesia 2. Address of Applicant Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat No. 17, Jakarta 10110 Region : Country : Indonesia Telephone : 021-3860934 Fax : 021-3860934 E-mail : itpar2003@yahoo.com 3. Size of Territory (km2) 441 4. Contact Person Director Geoscientist Specialist on Regional Development I Made Gianyar (Regent of Bangli Regency) Mamay Surmayadi (Volcanologist) Desak Made Andariyani (Tourism Department of Bangli Regency) Achyaruddin (Director of Tourism Product, Ministry of Culture and Tourism)

5. Statement of acceptance of European Geopark Network Charter Requirements: We have read the charter and accept all of its provisions. Name Signature Name Signature Document A: Evaluation Document Total out of a possible 100% Self Assessment Name: Evaluators Estimate Position Position Date Date

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APPLICATION OVERVIEW CATEGORY Geology and Landscape 1.1 Territory 1.2 Geoconservation 1.3 Natural and Cultural Heritage II. Management Structures III Interpretation and Environmental Education IV Geotourism V Sustainable Regional Economic Development Total I WEIGHTING (%) 5 20 10 25 15 15 10 100 SELF ASSESSMENT 760 380 460 515 160 460 355 3,090 EVALUATORS ESTIMATE

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GEOLOGY AND LANDSCAPE 1.1 TERRITORY 1.1.1 Geological sites & archaeological sites list List of geological sites located within territory: 1. Parasitic cone of Mt. Abang 10. Lava flows 2. Wall of Catur Caldera 11. Aa channel 3. Wall of Batur Caldera 12. Clinker or slag 4. Cinder cone of Mt. Payang 13. Vesicular lava 5. Cinder cone of Bukit Dalam 14. Spatter cones 6. Cinder cone of Mt. Bunbulan 15. Lava pipes and spiracles 7. Cinder cone south of Yehmampeh 16. Lava balls 8. Sliding-block of Puraknya hill 17. Pillow lava 9. Summit of Batur Volcano 18. Lava toes List of archaeological/cultural sites located within territory: 11. Dalem Temple 1. Pasar Agung Kecil Temple 12. Penataran Agung Temple 2. Toya Bungkah Temple 13. Ulun Danu Batur Temple 3. Jati Temple 14. Petirtaan Temple 4. Penataran Agung Tampurhyang Temple 5. Payogaan Temple 15. Dalem Pingit Temple 6. Pasar Agung Temple 16. Danu Kuning Temple 17. Abang (old) Temple 7. Bukit Mentik Temple 8. Tirtha Mas Mundik Temple 18. Abang (new) Temple 9. Ulun Danu Temple 19. Tegeh Kaler Temple 10. Cempaga Temple 20. Pancering Jagad-1 Temple 20 geosites or more 40 geosites or more

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19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Lava talus Lava tubes Stalactite Steptoe Tephra Ignimbrite Landslides

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Pancering Jagad-2 Temple Dalem Desa Trunyan Temple Pandan Temple Batu Rumpit Temple Mas Mampeh Temple Pemapagan Temple Puncak Penulisan Temple Burial of Trunyan-1 Burial of Trunyan-2 Burial of Trunyan-3 100 200 Maximum Total 200 50 50 100

200 200 10 10 40

1.1.2 Geodiversity How many geological periods are represented in your area? (5 points each, maximum 50 points) List of geological periods: Quaternary How many clearly defined rock types are represented in your area? (10 points each, maximum 50 points) List of defined rock types: Volcanic rocks How many distinct geological or geomorphological features are present within your area? (10 points each, maximum 100 points) List of distinct geological and geomorphological features: 1. Volcanics area 2. Hills and mountains 3. Lakes 4. Caves Maximum Total 1.1.3 Public interpretation of the geoparks sites of interest Number of sites with public interpretation (trails, interpretation panels or leaflets) Site with trail:

200

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Summit of Batur Volcano Site with leaflets: Within one leaflet (Bangli area) 5-10 10-20 20 or more > 25 % > 25 % > 25 % Maximum Total 1.1.5 Relationship to existing geoparks (select one from the following options) There is no comparison with any other existing geopark There is another geopark with comparable geology or infrastructure on the same continent There is another geopark with comparable geology or infrastructure in the same country There is another geopark with comparable geology or infrastructure in the same region There is another geopark existing in the same geological unit, if yes: Territory Subtotal 40 80 140 40 40 40 40 300 40 40 40 40 40 200

Sites of scientific importance Sites used for education Sites used for geotourism Non-geological sites

Is its distance > 200 km Is its distance < 200 km Maximum Total Maximum Points 1,000

1.2 GEOLOGICAL CONSERVATION 1.2.1 What type of geosites can be found in your area (self awarded, total cannot exceed 300) At least 1 geosite of international significance At least 3 geosites providing different kinds of geological or geomorphological features At least 5 geosites of national significance At least 20 geosites of educational interest and used by schools and universities Do you have a geosites database? Do you have a geosites map? Maximum Total 1.2.2 Strategy to protect against damage of geological sites and features (one answer only) The entire territory has legal protection Scientifically relevant part of an area is preserved as a protected area by law Prohibition of destroying and removing parts of the geological heritage At least 50% of applicants area is preserved as a protected area or by contract Maximum Total 1.2.3 How are the geosites protected against misuse and damage General announcement of regulations against misuse and damage Announcement of regulations against misuse and damage at individual sites Use of observation posts, guarding and patrolling by wardens Provision for enforcement of regulations (no digging and collection) Offering collecting of geological specimens under supervision at selected sites Maximum Total 1.2.5 What measures are carried out to protect geosites and infrastructure against damage and natural degradation? Regular maintenance and cleaning

300 300 260 210 150 100 60 300 300 Self Assessment 760 Marks available Self Assessment 160 120 120 150 90 60 300 300 120 150 90 300 40 40 60 40 20 200 60 120 120 120 120 40 40 80 60

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Conservation measures (give details) Protective measures (preparation, sealing to avoid natural degradation) Geological Conservation Subtotal 1.3 NATURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE 1.3.1 Natural rank (self awarded, total cannot exceed 300) World Heritage Site or Man and Biosphere Reserve Area in part of the geopark territory (give details) Other international designation in part of the geopark territory (give details) National designation in part of the geopark territory (give details) Regional designation in part of the geopark territory (give details) Local designation in part of the geopark territory (give details) larger part of geopark area is a natural tourism park Maximum Total 1.3.2 Cultural rank (self awarded, total cannot exceed 300) World Heritage Site or Man and Biosphere Reserve Area in part of the geopark territory (give details) Other international designation in part of the geopark territory (give details) National designation in part of the geopark territory (give details) some archaeological sites are protected by National Law Number 4/1992 Regional designation in part of the geopark territory (give details) Local designation in part of the geopark territory (give details) Maximum Total 1.3.3 Promotion of Natural and Cultural Heritage Interpretation (leaflet, calendar, panel/posters) Education programmes (geological seminar and workshop for teachers ) Communication (give details) Promotion to the general public (museum, tourist information) Natural and Cultural Heritage Subtotal Total Points Awarded for Section I GEOLOGY AND LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE 2.1 How is the Applicants management structure organised? A clearly defined border and area of responsibility (give map) An effective organisation to enhance protection and sustainable development (formation of Working Group for National Geopark, and Coordination Commission supported by Scientific, Development, Promotion, Conservation Commissions) An independently administered budget (give details) Maximum Total 2.2 Does a management or Master Plan exist? (you should refer to the main components in accompanying documentation) Management or Master Plan exists (not older than 10 years) Management or Master Plan is in preparation (to be completed within two years) Maximum Total II Maximum Total Maximum Points 1,000 Maximum Total Maximum Points 1,000

100 100 200 60 Self Assessment 380 Marks available Self Assessment 300 240 180 120 60 300 300 240 180 120 60 300 60 60 180 180

100 20 100 100 100 100 100 400 220 Self Assessment 460 Maximum Points Self Assessment 3,000 1,600 Marks available 40 40 20 100 40 20 40 Self Assessment 40 40 80 40 40

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2.3 Master Plan Components (self awarded, total cannot exceed 100) If a plan exists, what components does it include? Five different components of geokarst-tourism master plan are: 1. Policy of development 2. Strategy of development 3. Implementation program 4. Plan of development 5. Direction and objective of development If no plan exists, which components have been separately worked out? (you should refer to five different components in accompanying documenta